VIDEO: Tour of Our Airstream

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We get several requests from folks who want to see more of our Airstream, which we sometimes call “Liv.” (What? You don’t name your inanimate objects?) So here’s a brief video of the gal…


Airstream RV Blog #4 – Grand Tour (in 2 minutes!) from Sean Michael on Vimeo.

Our Airstream is a 25-foot model — squarely in the middle of the species size range. I like to think that this trailer includes “everything we need, and nothing we don’t.”

Does size matter? In the world of Airstreams (and most RVs, I suppose) length matters. In the old days you could purchase “wide body” editions, but these days, all Airstreams are the same width. So the way to add living room and features is to go longer.

There are trade offs associated with changes in size. The smaller units are easier to tow. The longer units are more spacious and accommodating. So there’s really no right or wrong with regard to RV size. It all depends on your intended usage. For us, the 25-footer was a perfect compromise between size and maneuverability.

In the wide world of RVs, we’re a relatively small fish. That said, I’m convinced that the Airstream is more comfortable than our old brownstone apartment in Greenwich Village — and we don’t have any mice.

On that note, I’ve noticed an interesting phenomenon aboard the RV. It seems that once one mentally adjusts to the amount of living space available — whatever it may be — that amount of space quickly becomes “normal.” It makes one reconsider the trend of ever-expanding American homes. How much space do you really need?


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